Supply Chain

Blockchain boosts seafood traceability for Cermaq & Labeyrie

Cermaq, a Danish-based subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation specialising in trout and salmon farming, is cooperating with French smoked salmon brand, Labeyrie, on a blockchain...

Ten year strategy launched for Ireland’s food & drink industry

A new report has been launched highlighting the importance of the food and drink sector to Ireland and the main strategic challenges and opportunities...

Next gov must ‘champion’ food & drink sector – manifesto

The food industry is calling on the next UK government to “champion the nation’s food and drink sector” in a newly launched manifesto ahead...

Yili launches sustainable international supply chain network for dairy industry

Chinese dairy company, Yili Group, has signed a strategic partnership with thirteen multinationals to establish the industry’s first sustainable international supply chain. The network brings...

Major food companies failing on sustainability pledges, research finds

Global consumer goods companies, including Kraft and Mondelez, are off track to achieve sustainable consumption and production by 2030, according to new research. According to...

Arla launching dairy climate database to tackle carbon emissions

Arla is creating what it claims is the world’s largest database for the dairy industry as it ploughs ahead towards carbon net zero by...

China’s pork market will need five years to rebalance, says Rabobank

China’s disease-hit pork market will not stabilise until 2025 due to the time needed to rebuild its decimated herd inventory, according to a new...

Maple Leaf Foods becomes world’s ‘first major food company’ to be...

Meat processor, Maple Leaf Foods, has become what its claims the “first major food company in the world to be carbon neutral”. The company’s path...

Nestlé boosting palm oil traceability with radar technology

Along with a coalition of major palm oil producers and buyers, Nestlé is helping to support and fund the development of new publicly available...

Kellogg UK to slash organic waste in half by 2030

Kellogg UK has unveiled a new target to reduce organic waste – including food waste – across its operations. The cereal snacks business said it...

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